Storage is a big issue these days. We all take photos, write documents, record videos, and download content from the internet. And as technology progresses, the amount of data used by each document, image, or sound increases with it. Instead of deleting precious electronic content, many of us are turning to the cloud. What is …
Installing phone lines, modems, and cameras all day allows our technicians to see a variety of businesses, each with its unique style. But in offices, it seems there are two main options: Cubicle or Open Office. The cubicle has been a symbol of the workplace since the 1960s. The characters of the Dilbert comics were …
Those words have been used at least once in almost every crime show or action movie ever made. The police are looking for a suspect and a convenience store security camera happens to catch sight of someone a block away. It's the time and general area where the crime was committed. Could it be the perp? There's only one way to find out: Send the footage to the police station's resident computer genius that they keep on retainer for just such occasions. The office tells him which area of the video to focus on. Zoom in. Enhance!
National Small Business Week is a tradition 65 years in the making. Small businesses, big businesses, consumers, and government come together once a year to celebrate and support small business in the United States. Here are 5 reasons why we love National Small Business Week!
It might seem like a little thing, but ignoring the vital step of setting up a pin can be a danger for your phone system, your office, and your customers.
That may not be a question one wants to think too deeply about at first. After all, just like your home, your place of employment is a familiar environment, somewhere you go nearly every day. No one wants to think about the possibility that we're not 100% safe in those surroundings. But, for business owners, security in the workplace is a major priority. Not only is it vital to keep your business assets secure, it is just as important to keep the people you employ out of harm's way.
Panasonic is providing assistance in communication between nurses, caregivers, and residents of long-term care facilities. Their new alarm and notification application routes the nurse call system through a Panasonic phone system to improve response time. It's called Direct Care Connect and here is how it works.